I uncovered no trace of an etch while carefully removing the rust from the blade and there is no stamp.
It takes heck of a good rhythm with the guy on the other end or it doesn't work out well.
Saws from the late 1940's and early 1950's had this medallion with sloppy execution.
The right medallion started appearing in 1845.
Again found in Southern Ontario.
Henry Disston relented and eventually encouraged other workers to volunteer.
, 4 years ago Thank you vetraio50 Newfld mikelv85 Caperkid JImam gargoylecollector nutsabotas6• A medallion from the 1840's or 50's era, with lettering different from the others, but a eagle design similar to some of those shown below.